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Silent Auction At WDVE’s Jim Krenn & Friends Fourth Annual Celebrity Roast to benefit UPMC Shadyside Cardiac Rehab

WHAT: WDVE’s Fourth Annual Jim Krenn & Friends Celebrity Roast

WHO: Radio personality Jim Krenn will host a roast of Pittsburgh sports personality Stan Savran. The roasters will include WTAE-TV’s Sally Wiggin and Guy Junker, comedians Frank Nicotero and Mike Wysocki and Pittsburgh sports radio personality Mark Madden, among others.

WHEN: Friday, April 8. VIP reception at 6:30 p.m., dinner at 7:30 p.m., and the roast begins at 9 p.m.

WHERE: Grand Ballroom at the Omni William Penn Hotel, 530 William Penn Place, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

WHY: The silent auction at this year’s Jim Krenn & Friends Celebrity Roast will benefit UPMC Shadyside Cardiac Rehab. UPMC’s cardiac rehab services help patients who have had a cardiac event, like a heart attack, make changes to support a heart-healthy way of living. Cardiac rehab is a physician-prescribed exercise program meant to help patients strengthen their heart muscles, increase their energy and lose excess weight to maintain a healthy weight.

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